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going back and forth and going larger



going back and forth and going larger

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My ears are super thick and quite happy, i'm curious if anyone ever stretched to 1 1/4" as thats the size i need in order to keep my 1" collection and wear them through silicone eyelets.

how do you convince yourself to stay at the size your at? i'm ridiculously inveted in my size but i keep seeing pictures at 1 1/4 and just drool at how perfect the size is.

maybe just going up to 1 1/8" and alternating back and forth between that and 1" would that work do you think?

i'm interested in input from people who are really invested in their size but realy secretly want to go a bit larger. What did you wind up deciding? are you able to go up and down? i should mention i have plugs that are 27mm that i wear as well as 25mm so its NOT that big a change i just managed to really tighten and thicken my lobes by no wearing jewlwery a lot of the time to really tighten my super stretchy lobes.

since nobody i know IRL stretches their ears supportive ideas are appreciated!
  • I'm at 7/16" and always want to go bigger... but I realize that I will probably want to go bigger no matter what size I'm at. It's never big enough! I must have ear dysmorphia or something, lol. And bigger plugs just seem to look so much nicer, no matter what they are.

    But I'm trying to be logical about it - I have a nice collection going and selling them all would be a huge pain in the ass, and bigger earrings are more expensive anyway. And no one except me (and people in this comm) knows or cares whether my ears are 7/16" or 1/2" or 5/8" or whatever. It's just a big hole in my ears to them, so the aesthetic point is fairly moot. Also, I'm just about as big as I can get without having really obvious ear distortion, so I figure it's good to stay here to prevent any workplace issues.

    I can reason with myself all day, but I think I'll always want to stretch up a bit more. I think you should do it so I can live vicariously through you :)
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